Taking after the release of graphics comparisons that seemed to show several unfavorable changes to Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection contrasted with the first games, a Youtuber and Ubisoft itself have offered a counterpoint.
A significant part of the disparagement based on the presence of a (hilariously) bug-looked at NPC in the Assassin’s Creed 2 remaster. Be that as it may, Ubisoft points out that this NPC is haphazardly produced, which means restricted numbers of players would see the same individual (despite the fact that we did).
A statement from the designer to Kotaku reads:
“The NPC in question just appears in Sequence 1, Memory 1 in Assassin’s Creed II and is haphazardly created, showing up rarely. The graphics issue does not influence the center gameplay of Assassin’s Creed The Ezio Collection.
“In general, Assassin’s Creed The Ezio Collection has been generally welcomed by fans and newcomers to the franchise alike. Here at Ubisoft, we’ve been upbeat to peruse all the considerable input from gamers as they’ve stepped back so as to remember the adventures of our darling Ezio.”
In addition to other things, Youtuber SupJamChan also points out that a Polygon video that showed an increase in the speed of climbing is really displaying a bug present in the first version of the amusement, and continued to the remaster:
This doesn’t solve the greater part of our issues with the accumulation’s looks, however – our survey also flags up lighting and surface issues all through every one of the games included. By and large, our feelings were blended on the full bundle:
“Ezio’s set of three incorporated Assassin’s Creed with the mammoth franchise it is today thanks to its fantastic storytelling, stunning characters, and gorgeous world building. Keeping in mind the majority of that is still here in The Ezio Collection, the absence of important improvements and any sort of substantial bonus content make it an extreme accumulation to prescribe.”